Denseflower Mullein

Botanical Name: Verbascum densiflorum

Botanical Name:
Verbascum densiflorum

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Family:

Scrophulariaceae

Appearance:

Biannual, straight, non-unbroken herbaceous plants with a height of 1.5-2 m, covered with pasus-covered bristles.

In the first year only the rosette of basal leaves is formed and in the second year the florifera strain.

Leaves large, 10-30 cm long and 4-10 cm long, covered with lobes.

Flowers develop at the top and are large, golden yellow.

Origins:

Europe

Active constituents:

  • Polysaccharide mucilages, canpherol, rutose, caffeic acid derivatives, feluric, iridoid monoterpenes, triterpenes, sterols

Healing properties:

In inflammatory airway conditions, as symptomatic treatment in cough, vomiting, dry cough, respiratory congestion, expectorant.

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